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Cherishing Your Senior Lab

As your senior lab ages, tell-tale signs of gray & white hairs appear around the muzzle and above the eyebrows. This is just another indicator that other changes are taking place inside as well. Stiffness of the joints and rising in a much-slower manner is something that aging dogs and humans share. And just as there are ways to make an elder person more comfortable, so too can we help our aging dogs. We've already discussed feeding only food that is healthy for your dog. It is also important to maintain the proper muscle and weight for your companion. Obesity can be life-shortening for your lab and adds even more painful weight to aging joints. Dental care is important throughout...

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